22 JUNE 1867, Page 2

A telegram is said to have been received in Paris

announcing the safety of the Archduke Maximilian. Another telegram, dated New York, 12th June, announces, " on doubtful authority," that he has issued a proclamation to the Mexicans accusing the Emperor Napoleon of cowardice and infamy in deserting him, and recommending incautious princes to consider his fate. The report requires confirmation, but it is by no means improbable, as the Archduke is known to resent most bitterly the treatment he has received at the hands of the Emperor and of Marshal Bazaine.